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Belmont Gateways Improvement Project
Belmont Gateways
The Belmont Community Gateway project will make a number of improvements at two important intersections to establish a graphic and visual identity to both motorists and pedestrians, and provide a safe pedestrian-friendly environment.  For more on this project, click here.

What's happened?  Construction is complete on the Belmont Gateways Project.  Infrastructure improvements included construction of curb and gutter, sidewalk, wheel chair ramps, pedestrian signals, crosswalks and brick entry monuments.

What's next? All construction and landscaping is complete.  The project is in the warranty phase.

Who to contact?
Leslie Bing, 704-336-7277.

A 2004 Neighborhood Bond Project

This project defined community gateways that identify the main entrances into the Belmont neighborhood.  These gateway improvements identified important intersections that establish a graphic and visual identity to both motorists and pedestrians.

Objectives:

  • To tie intersections together with a common theme
  • To identify important intersections that establish a graphic and visual identity for motorists and pedestrians
  • To provide a safe pedestrian-friendly environment for Cordelia Park and the Little Sugar Creek Greenway

Cost:  $1,200,000
Please note that this figure includes all costs associated with the project such as planning and design, acquiring the right of way, utility relocation, consultant fees, construction, signalization, permits and landscaping.  

The process for designing and building infrastructure projects like Belmont Gateways is completed in five distinct phases.  Click here to learn more about how City projects are selected and built.

Project Contacts:
Leslie Bing, Engineering Project Manager, 704-336-7277
John Short, Neighborhood & Business Services, 704-336-3862
Tom Sorrentino, Transportation Project Manager, 704-336-2261